Hamilton demands new rule after "hair-raising" practice incident
Lewis Hamilton has called on the FIA to make rule changes following an incident in final practice for the Italian Grand Prix he has described as "hair-raising".
The six-time F1 champion was forced on to the grass in his Mercedes as he took swift avoiding action from running into the back of the Haas of Romain Grosjean who had pulled out from behind Nicholas Latifi in his Williams.
The two drivers were among a group of seven travelling relatively slowly along the straight that leads into the Parabolica as they 'queued' to start their own flying lap.
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